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Member of Fatah: The meetings with the Kurds and the Sunnis did not live up to the level of agreement and the framework is going on to form a government
  
{Politics: Al-Furat News} A member of the Al-Fateh Alliance, Mahmoud Al-Hayani, confirmed that the meetings with the Kurds and Sunnis did not live up to the level of agreement, while he announced that the coordination framework had gone ahead with the formation of the government.
 

Al-Hayani told Al-Furat News that: "The coordinating framework began today with meetings and dialogues with political forces, especially with the Kurdistan Democratic Party and the Alliance of Sovereignty, in order to discuss ways to form a comprehensive national government; year".
He pointed out, "the possibility of the Federal Court objecting to the decision to resign, and there are calls for the return of the Sadrist bloc to the House of Representatives and the withdrawal of the resignations, and this follows the dialogues."
Al-Hayani continued, "The meetings with the Kurds and Sunnis did not rise to the level of agreement until the moment as a result of the blocs not determining their position on the resignation of the Sadrist bloc. Are they with them or with the trend towards the majority and they stated that they will monitor the situation."
He noted that "a delegation from the framework went to a meeting with the leader of the Sadrist movement, Mr. al-Sadr," but added, "We had hoped to join the Sadrist movement in one bloc to preserve the largest component and obtain its constitutional entitlement." 
Al-Hayani went on to say, "The coordinating framework determined its position from the first moment to go to form a government, and there is no intention to go to the opposition except in the case of electing a prime minister from the womb of the largest Shiite component and providing the tools of the opposition." 
And about the next scenario, Al-Hayani explained, "We are waiting for the replacement representatives and the approval of the Federal Court on them and then taking the oath to be certain that there has been a change in Parliament. The independent representatives submitted their resignations, but they may return by a decision of the Federal Court."
He added, "The political scene today has become more complicated after the withdrawal of the Sadrist movement from the political process, and perhaps it will expose the scene to confusion, and we do not know what will be after the withdrawal. Will he participate in the government or beside the opposition."

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A statement from the coordination framework after the news of al-Maliki's nomination to head the new government
 

Baghdad - people   

On Tuesday, the coordination framework denied discussing any names for any positions, while indicating that it is open to all political forces.  

  

  

The framework said in a statement that "Nass" received a copy of it, (June 14, 2022), that it and its allies are open to all political forces in dialogue in order to expedite the completion of the constitutional entitlements.  

  

He added, "There is a high harmony in attitudes, and everything that is issued by some news websites and social media pages about the existence of differences within the framework is a disgrace to the truth and the aim is to mix papers and mislead public opinion."  

  

He continued, "The coordination framework has not yet discussed any names of any sites and the leaks that are taking place aimed at confusing the scene."  

  

The leader of the State of Law coalition, Abdul Hadi Al-Saadawi, said, earlier, that the coordinating framework can form a government headed by the leader of his coalition, Nuri al-Maliki.  

  

Al-Saadawi explained in an interview with colleague Sahar Abbas, followed by "Nass" (June 13, 2022), that "the coordinating framework can form the expected government headed by the head of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki."    

  

He added, "That government can go ahead and continue with certainty," noting that "any coup in Iraq will not happen with the presence of the supreme authority, Ali al-Sistani and the Popular Mobilization."    

  

And earlier, the coordinating framework confirmed, to continue dialogues with all political forces to form the government, after the resignation of the Sadrist bloc from the House of Representatives.  

  

The framework said in a statement that "Nass" received a copy of it (June 13, 2022), that "the coordination framework held its regular meeting today, Monday, to discuss the latest developments in the political arena."      

  

The framework stressed, according to the statement, "its continuation of the necessary steps to address the political crisis and to continue dialogues with all political forces to complete the constitutional entitlements and form a national service government, and the coordination framework hoped to go with all political forces, but it respects the decision of the Sadrist bloc to resign from the House of Representatives."      

  

He also stressed, "I will continue to work with everyone in a way that guarantees wide participation and achieves the aspirations and hopes of our people for security, stability and decent living, and enhances the role and position of Iraq in the region and the world," according to the statement.      

  

Earlier, the head of the Sadrist movement's political body, Ahmed al-Mutairi, commented on the withdrawal of the Sadrist movement's leader Muqtada al-Sadr from the political process.  

  

Al-Mutairi said, in a statement received by “Nass” a copy of it (June 13, 2022), that “the political altruism that Muqtada al-Sadr committed by withdrawing from the political process and leaving the seats of his representatives to his opponents from other politicians is a sacrifice for Iraq, as he made himself the holy ram of Ismail, By doing this, he transformed his altruism into eternal life. This is undoubtedly a brave position, and a lesson from the lessons of leaders who are loyal to their countries and peoples.        

  

He added, "It reminds us of the position of his grandfather Al-Hussein, peace be upon him, when he said his famous saying: (I do not give you with my hand the giving of the servile, nor do I approve the approval of the slaves). This is the attitude of the greats when they sacrifice the most precious and precious for the greater interest, and these positions are not new to the Al-Sadr family, as Muhammad Al-Sadr called before More than twenty years ago when he said: (The religion belongs to you and the doctrine belongs to you) and here Muqtada Al-Ibaa said it (Iraq belongs to you and the people belongs to you, I am not important).        

  

And he continued, "Oh, the immortal sacrificer, the symbol of all the faithful, and the title of sacrifice and annihilation, you will remain a beacon for every reformer, loyal and sacrificed person for the sake of his religion, his country and his people, and history will remember that you owned and waived for the love of your people and your country. With you with you for the sake of your Iraq and your people."        

  

In the latest comments regarding the resignation of the Sadrist movement's deputies, the leader of the Democratic Party, Massoud Barzani, said on Monday: "We respect the decision of His Eminence Muqtada al-Sadr, and we will follow up on subsequent developments."    

  

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The excluded MP, Mishaan al-Jubouri, expected, earlier, the dissolution of parliament and the survival of the government of Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kazemi, against the background of the resignation of the Sadrist movement's representatives from Parliament.  

  

Al-Jubouri said, in a blog post followed by "Nass" (June 13, 2022), "Al-Kazemi and his government will remain, dissolve Parliament itself and go to early elections next year."              

  

Earlier, Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi signed the mass resignations of the Sadrist bloc.  

  

The head of the bloc, Hassan al-Adhari, submitted a request for a collective resignation to his bloc, in response to the call of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr.                        

  

According to a video obtained by "Nass" (June 12, 2022), Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi is seen signing the resignations of the Sadrist bloc in the presence of the bloc's leader, Hassan al-Adhari.            

  

  

Earlier, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, directed the resignations of members of the Sadrist bloc to Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi.  

  

Al-Sadr said in a statement, of which "Nass" received a copy, (12 June 2022), that "the head of the Sadrist bloc, Hassan al-Adhari, must submit the resignations of the sisters and brothers in the Sadrist bloc to the Speaker of Parliament."              

  

And he indicated that "this step is considered a sacrifice on my part for the sake of the people and the country to rid them of their unknown fate." He also extended his thanks to "Jaafar al-Sadr, who was our candidate for prime minister."            

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An Iraqi legal expert details the mechanism for withdrawing or rescinding the resignation
 

Baghdad - people  

Legal expert Ali Al-Tamimi explained, on Tuesday, the mechanism for withdrawing or rescinding the resignation in the law.  

 

 

Al-Tamimi said, in a clarification received by “Nass” (June 14, 2022), that “there is a difference between the employee who is entrusted with the public office in accordance with Article 2 of the Civil Service Law 24 of 1960 and the person charged with a public service who is entrusted with a public service, for example, the representatives in Parliament is considered entrusted with a public service, according to Article 19 of the Iraqi Penal Code.  

 

And he indicated that "the resignation is defined as voluntarily severing the job link from the employee, and it stems from the employee's will, as well as acceptance by the manager, and the legal effect that it entails is important as well, and among its conditions as well is that there are no pressures on the employee's will."  

 

He explained that "in the Civil Service Law 24 of 1960, Article 35 of it, the resignation is by a written request to the administrative reference and to be decided within 39 days.  

 

He added, "Since the resignation of members of the Sadrist movement was submitted to the Speaker of Parliament in accordance with Article 12Paragraph 2 of the Iraqi Council of Representatives Law 13 of 2018, and approved it.The elections are to send the names of the substitutes, the best losers in the electoral district in accordance with Article 15 of the Elections Law 9 of 2020, and then a day is set for the parliament session to take the substitutes the constitutional oath before Parliament in accordance with Article 50 of the constitution.  

 

And he continued, "As long as these procedures were not completed, and the substitutes did not take the constitutional oath, the resigning people can rescind their resignation in the same way. That they submit a request to the Speaker of the House of Representatives to rescind them, as they were under great psychological pressure, and the public interest requires this reversal.”  

Al-Tamimi pointed out that “the resignation is still under the will of the administrative reference, i.e. the Speaker of Parliament, and the representative submitting the resignation has the right to demand its cancellation and withdrawal because the unequivocal desire to resign is not fulfilled, and these are the general rules that are referred to with the absence of details in the constitution, Parliament’s internal system or law Parliament".

 

 

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The US State Department: A condition for cooperation with any future Iraqi government
 

Baghdad - people  

A US State Department official confirmed, on Wednesday, that the United States is ready to work with any Iraqi government, but according to specific conditions.   

 

  

The official avoided commenting on the resignation of the deputies of Muqtada al-Sadr's bloc from the Iraqi parliament, and told Al-Hurra: "There is no comment on the developments that took place."   

  

But he added: "We are ready to work with any government that puts the sovereignty of Iraq and the interests of the Iraqi people at the center of its agenda."  

  

After eight months of early legislative elections and countless political initiatives, the political process in Iraq has not progressed. This depends on the consensus between the Shiite parties that have dominated the political process since 2003.   

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Bafel Talabani publishes the results of his meeting with the head of the judiciary in Iraq: the formation of a national service government
 

Baghdad - people  

The head of the National Union, Pavel Talabani, discussed, on Wednesday, with the head of the Supreme Judicial Council, Faiq Zaidan, the completion of legal and constitutional procedures to form a national service government with the participation of all political parties.  

 

  

Talabani's media office said in a statement that "Nass" received a copy of it, June 15, 2022, that "the President of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Pavel Jalal Talabani, met in Baghdad with the head of the Supreme Judicial Council, Faiq Zaidan, and the two sides stressed the role of the judiciary and the independence of the courts and agreed to establish the law." And protecting the constitution for the sake of political, economic and social stability in the country.”  

  

According to the statement, "the two parties discussed unifying efforts and completing legal and constitutional procedures to form a service national government with the participation of all political parties, a government that would be an umbrella for all Iraqis and work to build a stable future."  

  

The statement indicated that "President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Faiq Zaidan, spoke with interest about the role and status of the late President Jalal Talabani, declaring that the new Iraq should be thankful to President Jalal Talabani, because he was a collector of all different voices and colors. He also praised the efforts of the President of the National Union, Bafel Talabani, who He played a positive role during the last period in uniting the forces and political parties and did not become a reason to create tension and division, saying: "Through these correct and effective steps, we remember the wise policy of the late President Jalal Talabani, and we are sure that the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan will continue on that path."  

  

For his part, Pavel Talabani, head of the Supreme Judicial Council, called to "play his historical role and to be a protector of the rights of all Iraqis of their nationalities and sects, and to be an assistant and supporter of defending the legal and constitutional rights of the Kurdistan Region."  

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Farhad Aladdin

  

If we had written such a title for an article a week ago, everyone would have described it as a figment of imagination or some kind of madness, but today it has become a reality. The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, surprised his allies before his rivals by leaving the political scene, and withdrew him to the Sadrist bloc's deputies after submitting their resignations to the parliament speaker, who agreed "reluctantly", he said, without waiting.  

  

  

  

 

  

The Sadrist movement’s exit from the House of Representatives for the first time after 2003 is considered a precedent that is the first of its kind, as the movement used to withdraw from the governments that it contributed in one way or another to its formation during the years 2010, 2014 and 2018, but this time withdrawing from the entire House of Representatives, which will turn the equation Rather, it will affect the position and influence of al-Sadr on the scene.  

  

Many question marks were raised immediately after the sudden decision was announced, along with a wave of sharp questions about the reasons that prompted Al-Sadr to take such a step without referring to his partners in the tripartite alliance. In search of convincing answers that will explain what has not yet been explained.  

  

On May 26, a law was passed criminalizing normalization with Israel, which Al-Sadr considered an important victory for his parliamentary bloc, thanking God and his current deputies for this achievement in a tweet to him in this regard, followed by another tweet on May 28, calling for the controversial emergency food security law to be passed until The moment, which marked the movement of the parliamentary machine of the Sadrist movement led by the First Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives Hakim al-Zamili and the Chairman of the Finance Committee Hassan al-Kaabi and behind them the political body of the movement to accomplish what their leader wanted.  

  

They were actually able to remove all obstacles to the legislation of the law to be passed by a comfortable majority on June 8, which prompted Al-Sadr to describe it in a similar tweet as a victory, "Parliament's approval of the Food Security Law is another victory for Fustat Al-Islah, and it has proven to everyone the unprecedented strength of the Iraqi Parliament in past years,” calling for the formation of a parliamentary committee to follow up on the implementation of the law.  

  

One day after this Sadrist victory, it was announced that a televised speech was awaited by the leader of the Sadrist movement on the evening of the ninth of June. Instructing them in the coming days."  

  

Al-Sadr’s appearance and the content of his speech, as well as instructing his deputies to write their resignations, constituted a great surprise among various circles. "This step is a sacrifice from me for the sake of the homeland and the people to rid them of the unknown fate, as we sacrificed previously for the liberation of Iraq, its sovereignty, security, unity and stability."  

  

Where is the Sadrist movement?  

Politicians and observers asked several questions, including what prompted al-Sadr to take this sudden decision? what are the reasons? Any other surprise steps coming? What is he planning for the next stage? What will he gain from this decision? Any plan followed by Al-Sadr in fighting the opponents? Does he have a clear reading of what will happen so that he preempts his rivals to get out of the political process before it collapses? All of these questions and others are due to the clear radical change in Al-Sadr’s position, after declaring his victory in passing a legal criminalization of normalization on May 26 and the Food Security Law on June 8, and considering the latter’s passage “another victory for Fustat Al-Islah” to change his position and announce the resignation of the deputies and the political withdrawal from Parliament completely. . Despite the widening circle of talk and controversy about the reasons for this transformation, no one among all those interested in political affairs or observers closest to analyzing Sadr's policies and positions has found a convincing answer for the motives of his last step, and perhaps the answer remains vague for an invisible time.  

  

Al-Sadr was not satisfied with the withdrawal of his current deputies, but also ordered the closure of all offices of the movement, except for a group that cares for the shrines and important centers of the movement and the private office.  

  

The decision to withdraw, of course, has significant repercussions on the Sadrist movement, as it has transformed from the largest parliamentary bloc that almost imposes its dominance on the ruling political scene into a popular opposition bloc even outside the House of Representatives. Thus, he will lose all the political and economic privileges granted to him by his hegemony and influential political presence during the past years.  

  

Observers believe that the closest explanation to the reality and nature of the recent movement of the leader of the Sadrist movement has two different faces. The first aspect is that the decision to withdraw is a strategic mistake that will pay a heavy price, as his opponents will work with all force not to repeat past mistakes and give him the opportunity to return again and impose his hegemony, but rather they will weaken The Sadrist movement entities, especially with regard to the Peace Brigades and economic gains through its executive powers and the curtailment of its governmental positions.  

  

As for the other side, which is the one promoted by his supporters, that is, al-Sadr is well aware that the current political system will not last long and that it is going to disappear and that the parties of power will fall in succession or at once, and then he will be the savior, and he will work through the popular movement to accelerate the overthrow of The regime and the advent of an alternative system that is more appropriate with the Iraqi reality, to the extent that some of them are indicating that Al-Sadr may go to the presidential system instead of the parliamentary system, which failed to manage the country's affairs during the past two decades.  

  

Speculations have increased recently about the nature of the next steps of the movement and its leader in the coming days, and perhaps some of them are close to reality:  

  

- Popular Opposition: Most observers expect that al-Sadr will go to the popular opposition and his supporters will take to the street, demonstrating against the political system, demanding its change. Al-Sadr is not far from the opposition. In the past, he was able to exploit the opposition and the popular movement to become the first winner in the elections and the most important political actor on the scene. However, the demonstrations and the popular movement will not be an easy or paved path to success. If the competitors form a government, they will be able to use the capabilities of the state to satisfy the street in one way or another, especially if some reforms are made and a package of projects is completed, then the option of demonstration will be unwelcome as it negatively affects the lives of a large segment of citizens, led by the earners and owners of shops and markets In addition to the street's fears of the deterioration of the security situation, the continuation of these demonstrations for a long time will be the subject of indignation and rejection of a large segment of society that exceeds the number of supporters or participants.  

  

I'tikaf: After Al-Sadr had previously gone into i'tikaaf, he may resort to such an option again and return to seminary studies to complete the requirements for obtaining a seminary certificate to become a reference in the near future. Meanwhile, supporters and members of the movement go about their daily lives, awaiting the promised day for al-Sadr's return to political life or his permission to move again later. I'tikaf will also provide an opportunity to rearrange the movement of the chest and wait for the appropriate opportunity after some time, which may exceed a few months at least. Many expect that any government formed at the present time will not succeed, and then the masses may resort to demonstrations, which will push the current to return to the arena under the cover of supporting the demonstrations and calling for a radical change of the regime.  

  

Retirement: It is not far from al-Sadr to choose to retire from political life and turn to seminary studies and leave political work in all its forms. This possibility may be difficult, but sources close to him suggested that he thinks of such a scenario from time to time, so it is not a fantasy.  

  

Retraction: A deputy in the House of Representatives submitted to a bloc his written resignation to the Speaker of the House of Representatives, who in turn agreed to the resignation, and the written resignation and approval were leaked, but the representative retracted his resignation and the dispute between him and the head of an alliance that progressed and the representative returned to the exercise of his duties. Although this issue is far from submitting the resignations of the Sadrist movement in terms of content and objectivity, it is similar in form, and accordingly the Sadrist movement can retract the resignations as long as the replacements have not been voted on, as the resignation is a personal right to submit it and a personal right to withdraw it if No legal effect occurred and the legal effect here is the replacement of the representative. Resorting to this option may be very difficult because of the loss of credibility and a media setback, but it is less harmful to the Sadrist movement than leaving the political process as a whole.  

  

Frame and a dream to return to the fore  

An informed source revealed that some of the leaders of the framework gathered at an invitation to lunch in Jadriya, central Baghdad, in the presence of the Speaker of Parliament on June 9. The repercussions of this decision No one in the audience believed that the leader of the Sadrist movement was serious about his decision, but it was just a new maneuver by him.  

  

The framework, at its best, was not dreaming of this sudden decision to transform overnight from the blocking third of Parliament to the largest unchallenged bloc and hold meetings and consultations with the aim of forming the expected government.  

  

Al-Sadr presented power to his rivals on a platter of gold, which prompted them to remain silent on the day of announcing their resignations on June 12 and to wait for the next day to hold their meeting, which resulted in the issuance of their statement declaring their respect for Al-Sadr’s decision, and confirming their willingness to move towards forming the government as a constitutional entitlement.  

  

A leading source in the framework reported that the framework meeting had been preceded by a meeting with the Speaker of Parliament behind the scenes, away from the media’s attention, which ended with an agreement on the participation of the Sovereignty Alliance with the framework, provided that sovereignty retains the position of Speaker of Parliament and the leader of the Progress Alliance, Muhammad al-Halbousi, remains as Speaker of Parliament. The framework pledged to do so.  

  

The coordinating framework, beyond any doubt, received an irreplaceable opportunity, and its leaders will not miss such an opportunity by finding solutions and completing the quorum for the session to elect the President of the Republic. Especially since the presidential election session will be held as soon as the legislative recess ends next month.  

  

Kurdish and Sunni scene  

The Sunni scene is still maintaining its position, as the leadership of the Sovereignty Alliance is aware of what is happening and has preparations that give it a strong presence, and the framework needs it in forming the government, so the leaders of the framework agreed with the Sovereignty Alliance that Al-Halbousi retains the presidency of Parliament, and at the same time he must go To agree with the rest of the Sunni blocs, especially the Alliance of Resolve, led by Muthanna al-Samarrai, to divide ministerial portfolios and parliamentary committees.  

  

The Kurdish scene has changed somewhat, as the Kurdistan Democratic Party is still in the eyes of some observers the biggest loser from the withdrawal of the Sadrist movement and that it is within the framework of the coordination framework, and it must engage in the expected negotiation, and for this reason the Democratic Party made an important change in the negotiating team, as each of the Foreign Minister returned Fouad Hussein and the former Minister of Reconstruction are two front-line Rikani banks, as they enjoy excellent relations with the framework leaders and can contain the crisis and negotiate to guarantee the rights of their party. The new pragmatic change from the Democratic Party reveals its acceptance of the new reality and a positive response to it.  

  

The fortunes of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan increased after they stood with the framework as part of the blocking third and the members of its bloc did not enter the parliament session to elect the president of the republic on March 26, which was the main factor in the lack of a quorum, which prompted the President of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Bafel Talabani and the accompanying delegation to come to Baghdad Urgently to meet with the rest of the parties to the coordination framework and the alliance is determined to agree on the general lines.  

  

The issue of electing the President of the Republic remains pending, but the framework has asked the Union to consult with the Democratic Party to find common solutions on this issue, and it is not yet clear the extent of the latter’s response and flexibility towards the National Union candidate, otherwise each of them will go to the Parliament session with their candidate, as happened in 2018.  

  

There are those who believe that the Kurds and Sunnis, especially the Sovereignty Alliance and the Democratic Party, with the help of some small and independent blocs, can form the blocking third and prevent the presidential election session from taking place. It is in their interest to put obstacles in front of the largest Shiite bloc after the withdrawal of the Sadrist movement, especially since the Speaker of Parliament will be the first victim if the relationship between him and the coordination framework worsens.  

  

Attempts to form a government  

The coordination framework pins its hopes on holding the presidential election session after the legislative recess, and then assigning the candidate of the largest bloc to form the government. Choosing a candidate for the position of prime minister may be the most difficult and complex issue due to the multiplicity of personalities nominated and competing for this position, most of whom represent the leadership of the framework.  

  

Where many names are being circulated to obtain the position, at a time when the mechanism by which the candidate is selected has not yet been agreed upon, as the leaders of the framework are well aware of the difficulties facing the potential choices for this or that candidate, in addition to the need to decide the selection within the framework that It is acceptable to Sunnis, Kurds and the international community, and choosing a personality with these specifications is no longer an easy matter today. The challenges that await the next government will also become more complex, as the Sadrist movement may become a popular opposition movement, and this movement will not be easy to oppose. On this basis, the government will face difficult and thorny issues, including political, popular and economic issues, in addition to security, which will lead to exhaustion of the government. Without a doubt.  

  

The resignation of the deputies of the largest parliamentary bloc and the transformation of its Sadrist movement from parliamentary work to the popular movement will certainly generate a new and unfamiliar reality that is difficult to predict with its extent, repercussions and variables from one moment to another. The reactions of the Shiite street in general to the return of the hawks of the coordination framework to dominate the political scene and thus its lack of the principle of balance between the various Shiite forces and their diversity.  

  

It can be said that the next stage is the most difficult among all the previous stages, and any candidate for the position of prime minister must lead a government capable of facing all this torrent of crises and be well aware of the size and gravity of the responsibility entrusted to him to find his way towards saving the country from what threatens its existence, present and future.  

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On 6/13/2022 at 9:34 AM, yota691 said:
 
 2022-06-13 10:17
 

Shafaq News/ A leader in the al-Sadr movement confirmed on Monday that the leader of the movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, withdrew from the political process, noting that al-Sadr made the same "ram of Ismail" as he described it.

Ahmed Al-Mutairi, head of the political committee of the Sadrist movement, said in a statement received by Shafak News Agency; "The political altruism that Muqtada al-Sadr did by withdrawing from the political process and leaving the seats of his representatives to his opponents from other politicians is a sacrifice for Iraq, as he made himself the holy ram of Ismail."

Al-Mutairi added; Al-Sadr, “by doing this, transformed his preference for eternal life. This is undoubtedly a brave position, and a lesson from the leaders who are loyal to their homelands and peoples. It reminds us of the position of his grandfather Al-Hussein, peace be upon him, when he said his famous saying: (I do not give you by my hand the giving of the servile, and I do not approve the approval of slaves).” This is how the positions are The great ones when they sacrifice the most precious and precious for the greater good, and these attitudes are not new to the Sadr family. Muhammad al-Sadr called more than twenty years ago when he said: (The religion is your responsibility and the doctrine is your responsibility) and here Muqtada al-Ibaa said it (Iraq is your responsibility and the people care about you, I am not important) .

Nothing more powerful then a martyr in the Middle East!

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11 minutes ago, jcfrag said:

Nothing more powerful then a martyr in the Middle East!

Although I must confess, this certainly does not sound very brotherly or Martyr like.... In fact it sounds an awful lot like Iran just took over Iraq again....   No wonder the US Government is very happy to comply. They seem to love doing business with Iran, Russia, and Venezuela.... "He added, "That government can go ahead and continue with certainty," noting that "any coup in Iraq will not happen with the presence of the supreme authority, Ali al-Sistani and the Popular Mobilization." 

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Shafaq News/ A source in the coordination framework that includes Shiite forces, except for the Sadrist movement, revealed that forces in the framework sent a message to the leader of the Sadrist movement to review his recent decision and return to the political process.

The source told Shafak News Agency; "The coordinating framework sent a message to the Sadrist bloc to determine the position regarding the determination of a delegation from the coordinating framework to go to al-Hanana to meet al-Sadr and discuss with him to reverse the decision to withdraw and start negotiations."

He added, "If the response from the Sadrist bloc comes with acceptance, then a delegation from the framework headed by Hadi Al-Amiri will go to Al-Hanana to negotiate, but if the response is that the negotiation will take place in Baghdad, everyone will attend a round table."

He added that "the framework is awaiting the Sadrist bloc's response to its message," noting that "one of the most important themes included in the message is that they (the framework) will move towards forming an expanded majority, and the Sadrist bloc must be informed of this to determine their position on this and try to persuade them to change their position."

The head of the Al-Fateh Alliance and the leader in the coordination framework Al-Amiri intends to send a delegation from the coordination framework, to Al-Hanana in the province of Najaf, in an attempt to persuade the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada Al-Sadr, to reverse the decision to withdraw from the political process.

But the two statements of the last framework did not indicate the desire of the coordination framework to send any delegation to discourage al-Sadr from his decision, and focused on the need to continue dialogues with the political forces to form a government.

However, an informed source in the coordination framework said yesterday, Tuesday, that a delegation that includes some of the framework's leaders will go to Al-Hanana in the province of Najaf, in an attempt to persuade the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada Al-Sadr, to reverse the decision to withdraw from the political process.

This comes in conjunction with what a source close to the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, revealed yesterday to Shafak News Agency, about launching an initiative aimed at ending the political crisis and returning the leader of the Sadrist movement Muqtada al-Sadr to the political process after withdrawing from it.

Meanwhile, a source close to "Al-Hanana", the headquarters of the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, revealed, on Tuesday, a move that may put al-Sadr in a position to reconsider his decision to withdraw from the political process.

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Shafaq News/ On Wednesday, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, set one condition before his return to the political process, indicating that he would not participate in any elections in which the "corrupt" participate.

Al-Sadr said in a meeting with deputies of the Sadrist bloc, which was held today in Al-Hanana in the Najaf governorate, "I decided to withdraw from the political process so as not to participate with the corrupt in any way."

He added, "If the corrupt participate in the upcoming elections, I will not participate in them."

Al-Sadr continued, addressing the resigned Sadrist bloc deputies, "If the corrupt are removed and I participate in the upcoming elections, you will represent the Sadrist bloc again."

Earlier today, Wednesday, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, held a closed meeting with representatives of the Sadrist bloc who had resigned from Parliament.

A source close to the Sadrist movement told Shafak News Agency that all the Sadrist bloc's deputies who resigned from the parliament, along with the president and members of the political body of al-Sadr's office, attended, today, to the office of Mr. .

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 2022-06-16 08:57
 

Shafaq News/ The Parliamentary State of Law bloc confirmed, on Thursday, that the coordination framework did not present any personality or candidate for the position of Prime Minister.

The representative of the State of Law, Muhammad Hassan, told Shafaq News Agency, "Until yesterday, Wednesday, the coordinating framework did not present any personality or candidate for the position of Prime Minister."

He added that "the periodic meeting of the coordination framework did not raise the issue of a personal nomination for the position of Prime Minister," noting that "the framework is working to form the largest bloc in the parliament to form the new government."

And political circles circulated news of the former prime minister's intention to run for the presidency of the new government.

The representative of the Shiite religious authority, Ali al-Sistani, confirmed, earlier on Thursday, that the supreme religious authority "is present and watching the scene," while noting that "those who expect the strife to end is more important."

Al-Safi said, "The supreme reference is present and is watching the scene and has warned of many matters related to the country," adding, "Whoever expects the strife to end is more important and we need insight in this matter."

He added that "one of the most dangerous issues is when people's awareness decreases and the demonization of those in control increases," noting that "a nation that closes its ears will fall into the quagmire."

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An important meeting for the coordination framework in the presence of Al-Kazemi... What did he discuss?

6/16/2022

An important meeting for the coordination framework in the presence of Al-Kazemi... What did he discuss?

 

Alsumaria News - Baghdad


The coordination framework held, today, Thursday, a meeting at the home of Faleh Al-Fayyad, in the presence of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi.


An informed source told Alsumaria News, "An important meeting is currently being held for the coordination framework in the home of Faleh Al-Fayyad, in the presence of the leaders of the framework and Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi."


The source added, "The meeting comes to discuss the political situation and end the current state of obstruction." :butt-kicking:

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23 minutes ago, Cherysh said:

I swear, the world governments are going for Shock overload!!! We all getting numb to it yet?? 

Too right...I've lost track of how many times I've been in & out of a coma reading about all the insanity out there.

This is a stupid planet

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